Though orchids are gorgeous flowers, they are in the same state for a long time, nothing new happens.
Being already bored of my Phals, I went to the new garden center, recently opened and having a huge greenhouse, to get some different types of orchids. They had many varieties of orchids but nothing exiting, except the gorgeous
This time, I checked all of them for diseases and spots on leaves, they all looked a little bit tired. Finally, I ended up with this one, from the picture and it assured the action for me for the rest of the day.
Beallaras or Cambria orchids are man-made, they don't naturally live in nature. Passionate horticultors have developed this beautiful hybrid by the cross of three other genera. Apparently Cambria orchids have inherited all the best characteristics of their multiple parents.
Not just that they have wonderful, bright colored, spotted flowers but they also supposed to be more home-friendly and the plant should thrive indoors with very little human intervention.
There is very little info about the Cambria orchids, there are more questions than answers on the net. This one was labeled just with Orchid Cambria, I think it's exact name is Beallara Tahoma Glacier.
I'm looking for some kind of orchid that is not so sensible to temperature variations. Right now, the day temperature, outside rises till 30° C and drops down to less than half during the night.
As I don't feel comfortable in a warm room, the temperature inside is low too and I don't know if I can find the right orchid for these conditions. Any suggestions?